Is it worth the hefty price tag? Keep on reading to find out what we thought about the Futaba 7PX Channels 7 Type FASST/S-FHSS/T-FHSS/T-FHSS SR Right or left handed Receiver R889SBS diversity receiver Voltage 6-7. Bus servo programming 65 character model names 5 programmable mixes 8 throttle selections 55/55, 75/85, 655 6 assignable push buttons Mixing 9WS, tank, brake, gyro, steering, tilt, CPS Roll out and gear ratio chart built-in 6 assignable digital trims Up/down/integral timer Speaker 9 trigger sizes Micro memory card slot Voice message/audio earphone jack Software is updateable via micro memory card or Near Field Communication Part number #FUTK9958 Price $599Primary Competition- The Futaba goes up against heavy hitters like the Spektrum DX6R, the KO Propo EX-RR, and the Airtronics M67S.
The 7PX not only features 7 channels of radio fun, but also promises the highest levels of driving performance.
8 backlit LCD touch screen Telemetry 95 model memory S.
High-end units not only come with a lot more features than RTR units, but they are also faster and capable of taking your driving to another level.
What’s In The Box- Inside the box of the Futaba you ll find the transmitter, a large paper manual, R889SBS 9-Channel receiver, angle wheel spacer, narrow trigger lever, screwdriver, 87° wheel adapter, and screen protector.
Futaba has been making some of the best radio gear in the biz for decades, with their latest top-of-the-line unit being the 7PX.
While RTR radios have come a long ways in the last decade, there is nothing like owning a truly high-end transmitter.